Dragon Ball comic artists often collaborate with other manga creators, now it’s creator D.Gray-man’s turn. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the franchise is starting projects in 2021.
Until now, several manga artists have contributed and collaborated to revamp the Dragon Ball manga cover.
Information regarding the Dragon Ball Super Gallery collaboration in the Shonen Jump publisher’s upload.
“Katsura Hoshino, comic artist from D.Gray-man, will be the next artist participating in Dragon Ball Super Gallery next month in Saikyo Jump magazine Issue #11 2023,” tweeted Shonen Jump, as seen by detikcom.
Previously, there were a number of comic artists who had worked with Akira Toriyama. There’s Naruto creator Masashi Kishimoto, Kohei Horikoshi from My Hero Academia, Tite Kubo creator of Bleach manga, Tatsuki Fujimoto from Chainsaw Man, and many more.
Over the years, the Dragon Ball manga and anime have rocked the scene with its many characters and creations. Recently, the spin-off from Dragon Ball Super has also been popular with comic fans.
Dragon Ball is a manga and anime by Akira Toriyama from 1984 to 1995. The album consists of 42 books and was published in Indonesia by Elex Media Komputindo. Previously, Dragon Ball had also been published by Rajawali Graffiti.
Dragon Ball tells the story of a boy named Goku who lives in the middle of a mountain alone. He then meets Bulma, a genius young girl, who is trying to collect 7 magic balls which are said to be able to grant all wishes. These balls are called Dragon Ball.
On his journey with Bulma to look for the Dragon Balls, Goku has to face many obstacles, one of which is the Red Ribbon Army. This group has the same wishes as Goku and Bulma.
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